Decoda Summer Dancing Festival

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68Decoda is an organisation that has grown from the Summer Dancing festivals, initiated in 2007 at Coventry University by Katye Coe. It is an artist led project based in the West Midlands with an international reach.

Decoda creates spaces for conversation, practice and community, offers residencies and curates workshop series, festivals and performance events.

Coventry University, coordinator of Europeana Space project,  promoted the project and the Dance pilot in particular during the event. EUROPEANASPACE

This years exciting Summer Programme of workshops and activities took place at the end of June. The biennial festival includes workshops, performances, artists residencies and discussions that brings together established artists from the UK and abroad and provides a platform for new and emerging work.

Click here for more information about the Festival.

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